John Nash, Mathematician and Researcher

John Nash, Mathematician and Researcher

There are 4 comments on the www.findingdulcinea.com story from Mar 1, 2010, titled John Nash, Mathematician and Researcher. In it, www.findingdulcinea.com reports that:

Mathematician John Nash rose to fame when the biographical film "A Beautiful Mind" was released in 2001.

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Lucy

Prague, Czech Republic

#1 Mar 1, 2010
They left quite a bit about Nash out of the movie "A Beautiful Mind"
Joe Ni

Canberra, Australia

#2 Mar 2, 2010
that was very intresting i think after reading this ill pass my exam for y12....yeahh totally thanks =/
Mancl

Châtelineau, Belgium

#3 May 24, 2014
"A beautiful mind" shaked me tremendously. During a few days I was really preoccupied by this movie. But "preoccupied" in a positive way. This movie was very touching and well built. The life of this mathematician, prodigious and affecting, is beautifully recounted in this film. I recommend everyone to see this film. It will make you think and will learn you a lot.
jaxcity545

Canton, MA

#4 May 26, 2014
i had to look up “McCarthy” halfway through the movie when parcher mentioned him, and i was unimpressed with what i found. He was just this unoriginal US senator guy during the 1950s, and he basically salem witchcraft trials’d the US goverment, except instead of witchcraft he looked for communism. His accusations didn’t even leave much of an impact on the US goverment. sure some people were arrested at the time, but he left no lasting impression on the US. It just annoys me that this movie would make some obscure reference to this guy. Like the US just won WWII against the Nazis! Shouldn’t McCarthy at least have been accusing people of being Nazis instead of communists? People wouldn’t care if government people were communists after WWII, they’d care if the people were Nazis

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